Studierende finden an der ETH Zürich ein Umfeld, das eigenständiges Denken fördert, Forschende ein Klima, das zu Spitzenleistungen inspiriert.
The gathers scientists, engineers and architects from various backgrounds who aim to ground sustainability in all disciplines involved in the built environment. The objective is to identify the relevant parameters that influence the environmental impacts of buildings at international, national and regional levels to implement sustainable practices throughout the development of innovative strategies adapted to each stakeholder. This involves interdisciplinary works dealing, among others, with Life Cycle Assessment, urban metabolism, and material science.
Carbon4Minerals is a research project that aims to develop technologies to capture CO2 from industrial flue gases of processes producing construction products and use the captured CO2 through mineralisation to produce low-carbon material intermediates and construction products, which can replace CO2-intensive materials. The project is developed by a consortium of European research institutes, universities, and industry partners. ETH is responsible for assessing the overall sustainability of the new technologies considering environmental, techno-economic, territorial, and social impacts, based on Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and Techno-Economic Assessment (TEA). It is a three-year research project. More information about this project can be found .
Your tasks will include:
Essential experience, skills, and characteristics:
This is a full-time position, . The position is based in Zürich, with occasional travel to the European countries where the Carbon4Minerals project partners are located. The working language is English, but the ETH campus is located in the German-speaking part of Switzerland. We offer a competitive salary, a stimulating and collaborative research environment, and various opportunities for professional development.
Applications are only accepted through the online portal and should contain the following documents (make sure your last name is on all the documents and in the file name):
All files must be submitted in PDF format. Anything that is not presented as a PDF will not be considered. Any application that is not complete will not be considered.
Application deadline: we will start the interviews on November 15 and consider all applications submitted by then. The job is planned to start at the beginning of February 2024 or upon agreement after negotiation.
Please note that we exclusively accept applications submitted through our online application portal. Applications via email or postal services will not be considered.
For further questions regarding the position, please get in touch with Dr. Fernanda Belizario-Silva via email at email@example.com (no applications). More information about the Institute of Construction & Infrastructure Management (IBI) within the Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering (D-BAUG) is on our .
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